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Dispatchers thank Kyle Plush foundation for (Bake Me Home) cookies

The family of Kyle Plush, the 16-year-old who died after being pinned in the back of his family van, is transforming grief into action. The Kyle Plush Answer the Call Foundation is looking for solutions to improve 911 systems. The foundation also supports dispatchers and their supervisors “to be their best selves each day as…

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Cincinnati Parent: Local Spotlight

Two sisters – and their cookies – on a mission Every month, Cincinnati Parent spotlights an organization in the area that’s affecting positive change. Bake Me Home, started by twin sisters Amy and Emma Bushman when they were 7 years-old, began in 2008 as a nonprofit organization providing cookie mixes and baking supplies to kids leaving the homeless…

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Alison interview on the Gary Owden Show podcast

From the podcast’s site: A Healthy Home program in Randolph County is assisting senior citizens right where they live. Many Weirich, Healthy Home Project Manager, and Madalyn Humphrey, Americorps/Vista Health Worker explained that their interaction with seniors might include exercise, nutrition and even a little taste of Broadway. Next, we spoke with Alison Bushman, a…

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Amy and Emma named Honorees of the 2016 Barron Prize

Twin sisters Emma and Amy founded Bake Me Home to encourage shared family experiences for those transitioning from homelessness into homes of their own. With the support of thousands of community volunteers, the girls fill tote bags with everything needed to bake cookies – a jar of their homemade cookie mix, baking supplies, a grocery…

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Amy and Emma named Peace Fund Radio Heroes of the Week

Today’s Peace Fund Radio Heroes of the Week, twins Amy and Emma Bushman, began helping out at a local homeless shelter at the age of four. Their volunteer work began with collecting items for the shelter at the twins’ birthday party each year. Once the items were gathered, they delivered them to the shelter and…

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